We are thrilled to host multimedia artist Minny Lee online in the Griffin Zoom Room on Wednesday June 22, 2022 at 7pm Eastern as part of our Art of the Photobook month.
Minny Lee’s recent residency with Datz Press included an exhibition of works in 2021 called Theatrum Botanicum, part of the 2021 Gwangju Design Biennale.
Minny will discuss her path of creativity, including her beautiful hand made books, installation art and video.
About Minny Lee –
Minny Lee is a multimedia artist whose work explores our relationship to the
environment within the confines of time and space. Minny was born and raised in South
Korea and until recently, the majority of her time was spent in the New York area where
she obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees (MA in Art History from City
College of New York and MFA in Advanced Photographic Studies from ICP-Bard).
Minny was awarded a fellowship from the Reflexions Masterclass in Europe and
participated in an artist-in-residence program at Halsnøy Kloster (Norway), Datz
Museum of Art (South Korea), and Vermont Studio Center (USA). Her work has been
exhibited internationally, including the Datz Museum of Art, Center for Fine Art
Photography, Camera Club of New York, Espacio el Dorado, Les Rencontres d’Arles
Photo Festival, Gwangju Design Biennial among other venues. Minny’s artist’s books,
Encounters (Datz Press, 2015) and Million Years (Datz Press, 2018) are in the collection
of the ICP Library, New York Public Library, Special Collections at the University of
Arizona, Special Collections at Stanford University, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, Amon Carter Museum, The Poetry Center and other public and private collections.
She lives and works in Honolulu, Hawaii.
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